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2020-10-28 23:46:33 UTC
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Trump Will Have $900 Million Of Loans
Coming Due In His Second Term If He’s
Reelected
Oct 19
Whether or not Donald Trump wins the
election, lenders will expect his
businesses to pay back an estimated
$900 million in the next four years,
an alarmingly accelerated timetable
that involves more than twice as much
debt as the president previously
indicated. In order to emerge unscathed,
Trump will likely have to engage in a
series of high-stakes, big-money
transactions—deals that could produce
arguably the biggest conflicts of
interest than an American president has
ever had to face.
About half of the debt coming due from
the start of 2021 to the end of 2024
is secured against assets that the
president and his children own outright.
He will have to pay back loans against
his hotel in Washington, D.C., his golf
resort in Miami and his tower in Chicago.
He’ll also have to sort out the debt
against Trump Tower and Trump Plaza in
New York City.
The rest of the loans are held against
1290 Avenue of the Americas in Manhattan
and 555 California Street in San
Francisco, office buildings in which the
president has a 30% limited partnership
interest. Those properties currently
have a combined $1.5 billion in debt
against them, and Trump’s indirect share
of their liabilities adds up to an
estimated $447 million. As a limited
partner, however, he presumably has less
control over those obligations, as well
as some protection if the properties
fail to pay back their loans. “You know
what limited means—limited as to
liability,” Trump explained in a 2015
interview with Forbes, adding, “Where
that is good is in bad times. If the
world collapses, I’m not responsible
for putting up any money.”
https://www.forbes.com/sites/danalexander/2020/10/19/trump-will-have-900
-million-of-loans-coming-due-in-his-second-term-if-hes-reelected/#1fa563
f5f376
Maybe he's going to Chinese prison instead of here!
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2020-10-28 23:47:47 UTC
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Trump Will Have $900 Million Of Loans
Coming Due In His Second Term If He's
Reelected
Oct 19
Whether or not Donald Trump wins the
election, lenders will expect his
businesses to pay back an estimated
$900 million in the next four years,
an alarmingly accelerated timetable
that involves more than twice as much
debt as the president previously
indicated. In order to emerge unscathed,
Trump will likely have to engage in a
series of high-stakes, big-money
transactions-deals that could produce
arguably the biggest conflicts of
interest than an American president has
ever had to face.
About half of the debt coming due from
the start of 2021 to the end of 2024
is secured against assets that the
president and his children own outright.
He will have to pay back loans against
his hotel in Washington, D.C., his golf
resort in Miami and his tower in Chicago.
He'll also have to sort out the debt
against Trump Tower and Trump Plaza in
New York City.
The rest of the loans are held against
1290 Avenue of the Americas in Manhattan
and 555 California Street in San
Francisco, office buildings in which the
president has a 30% limited partnership
interest. Those properties currently
have a combined $1.5 billion in debt
against them, and Trump's indirect share
of their liabilities adds up to an
estimated $447 million. As a limited
partner, however, he presumably has less
control over those obligations, as well
as some protection if the properties
fail to pay back their loans. "You know
what limited means-limited as to
liability," Trump explained in a 2015
interview with Forbes, adding, "Where
that is good is in bad times. If the
world collapses, I'm not responsible
for putting up any money."
https://www.forbes.com/sites/danalexander/2020/10/19/trump-will-have-900
-million-of-loans-coming-due-in-his-second-term-if-hes-reelected/#1fa563
f5f376
Trump says the coal jobs are there but people in coal country are too lazy
to do the work so they bring in Mexicans.
w***@gmail.com
2020-11-29 00:55:47 UTC
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Trump Will Have $900 Million Of Loans
Coming Due In His Second Term If He's
Reelected
Oct 19
Whether or not Donald Trump wins the
election, lenders will expect his
businesses to pay back an estimated
$900 million in the next four years,
an alarmingly accelerated timetable
that involves more than twice as much
debt as the president previously
indicated. In order to emerge unscathed,
Trump will likely have to engage in a
series of high-stakes, big-money
transactions-deals that could produce
arguably the biggest conflicts of
interest than an American president has
ever had to face.
About half of the debt coming due from
the start of 2021 to the end of 2024
is secured against assets that the
president and his children own outright.
He will have to pay back loans against
his hotel in Washington, D.C., his golf
resort in Miami and his tower in Chicago.
He'll also have to sort out the debt
against Trump Tower and Trump Plaza in
New York City.
The rest of the loans are held against
1290 Avenue of the Americas in Manhattan
and 555 California Street in San
Francisco, office buildings in which the
president has a 30% limited partnership
interest. Those properties currently
have a combined $1.5 billion in debt
against them, and Trump's indirect share
of their liabilities adds up to an
estimated $447 million. As a limited
partner, however, he presumably has less
control over those obligations, as well
as some protection if the properties
fail to pay back their loans. "You know
what limited means-limited as to
liability," Trump explained in a 2015
interview with Forbes, adding, "Where
that is good is in bad times. If the
world collapses, I'm not responsible
for putting up any money."
https://www.forbes.com/sites/danalexander/2020/10/19/trump-will-have-900
-million-of-loans-coming-due-in-his-second-term-if-hes-reelected/#1fa563
f5f376
Trump says the coal jobs are there but people in coal country are too lazy
to do the work so they bring in Mexicans.
KAG
2020-11-29 02:18:18 UTC
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Trump Will Have $900 Million Of Loans
Coming Due In His Second Term If He's
Reelected
Oct 19
So he'll just sell one of his buildings.


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2020-11-29 12:29:49 UTC
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You wouldn't believe all the stuff this sick pup is pulling just for the
sake of hindering the next administration, I wouldn't be surprised if he
burns down the White House.
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2020-11-29 12:45:32 UTC
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You wouldn't believe all the stuff this sick pup is pulling just for the
sake of hindering the next administration, I wouldn't be surprised if he
burns down the White House.
He is selling SSBN patrol maps to pay off his debts to the
russians.
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2020-11-29 00:55:47 UTC
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Trump Will Have $900 Million Of Loans
Coming Due In His Second Term If He’s
Reelected
Oct 19
Whether or not Donald Trump wins the
election, lenders will expect his
businesses to pay back an estimated
$900 million in the next four years,
an alarmingly accelerated timetable
that involves more than twice as much
debt as the president previously
indicated. In order to emerge unscathed,
Trump will likely have to engage in a
series of high-stakes, big-money
transactions—deals that could produce
arguably the biggest conflicts of
interest than an American president has
ever had to face.
About half of the debt coming due from
the start of 2021 to the end of 2024
is secured against assets that the
president and his children own outright.
He will have to pay back loans against
his hotel in Washington, D.C., his golf
resort in Miami and his tower in Chicago.
He’ll also have to sort out the debt
against Trump Tower and Trump Plaza in
New York City.
The rest of the loans are held against
1290 Avenue of the Americas in Manhattan
and 555 California Street in San
Francisco, office buildings in which the
president has a 30% limited partnership
interest. Those properties currently
have a combined $1.5 billion in debt
against them, and Trump’s indirect share
of their liabilities adds up to an
estimated $447 million. As a limited
partner, however, he presumably has less
control over those obligations, as well
as some protection if the properties
fail to pay back their loans. “You know
what limited means—limited as to
liability,” Trump explained in a 2015
interview with Forbes, adding, “Where
that is good is in bad times. If the
world collapses, I’m not responsible
for putting up any money.”
https://www.forbes.com/sites/danalexander/2020/10/19/trump-will-have-900
-million-of-loans-coming-due-in-his-second-term-if-hes-reelected/#1fa563
f5f376
Maybe he's going to Chinese prison instead of here!
w***@gmail.com
2020-12-18 23:06:27 UTC
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Trump Will Have $900 Million Of Loans
Coming Due In His Second Term If He's
Reelected
Oct 19
Whether or not Donald Trump wins the
election, lenders will expect his
businesses to pay back an estimated
$900 million in the next four years,
an alarmingly accelerated timetable
that involves more than twice as much
debt as the president previously
indicated. In order to emerge unscathed,
Trump will likely have to engage in a
series of high-stakes, big-money
transactions-deals that could produce
arguably the biggest conflicts of
interest than an American president has
ever had to face.
About half of the debt coming due from
the start of 2021 to the end of 2024
is secured against assets that the
president and his children own outright.
He will have to pay back loans against
his hotel in Washington, D.C., his golf
resort in Miami and his tower in Chicago.
He'll also have to sort out the debt
against Trump Tower and Trump Plaza in
New York City.
The rest of the loans are held against
1290 Avenue of the Americas in Manhattan
and 555 California Street in San
Francisco, office buildings in which the
president has a 30% limited partnership
interest. Those properties currently
have a combined $1.5 billion in debt
against them, and Trump's indirect share
of their liabilities adds up to an
estimated $447 million. As a limited
partner, however, he presumably has less
control over those obligations, as well
as some protection if the properties
fail to pay back their loans. "You know
what limited means-limited as to
liability," Trump explained in a 2015
interview with Forbes, adding, "Where
that is good is in bad times. If the
world collapses, I'm not responsible
for putting up any money."
https://www.forbes.com/sites/danalexander/2020/10/19/trump-will-have-900
-million-of-loans-coming-due-in-his-second-term-if-hes-reelected/#1fa563
f5f376
Trump says the coal jobs are there but people in coal country are too lazy
to do the work so they bring in Mexicans.
Kamala's Emwhorium
2020-12-18 23:54:45 UTC
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Trump Will Have $900 Million Of Loans
Trump says the coal jobs are there
Capitalism is king.

Neither one of you two morons has ever run a business, and that's brutally
apparent.

Loans are part of daily business operations - if you intend to generate
revenue and make a profit.

There is no such thing as a debt free business.

The only "debt free" people are poor people eating table scraps.
w***@gmail.com
2020-12-20 22:47:26 UTC
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Trump Will Have $900 Million Of Loans
Coming Due In His Second Term If He's
Reelected
Oct 19
Whether or not Donald Trump wins the
election, lenders will expect his
businesses to pay back an estimated
$900 million in the next four years,
an alarmingly accelerated timetable
that involves more than twice as much
debt as the president previously
indicated. In order to emerge unscathed,
Trump will likely have to engage in a
series of high-stakes, big-money
transactions-deals that could produce
arguably the biggest conflicts of
interest than an American president has
ever had to face.
About half of the debt coming due from
the start of 2021 to the end of 2024
is secured against assets that the
president and his children own outright.
He will have to pay back loans against
his hotel in Washington, D.C., his golf
resort in Miami and his tower in Chicago.
He'll also have to sort out the debt
against Trump Tower and Trump Plaza in
New York City.
The rest of the loans are held against
1290 Avenue of the Americas in Manhattan
and 555 California Street in San
Francisco, office buildings in which the
president has a 30% limited partnership
interest. Those properties currently
have a combined $1.5 billion in debt
against them, and Trump's indirect share
of their liabilities adds up to an
estimated $447 million. As a limited
partner, however, he presumably has less
control over those obligations, as well
as some protection if the properties
fail to pay back their loans. "You know
what limited means-limited as to
liability," Trump explained in a 2015
interview with Forbes, adding, "Where
that is good is in bad times. If the
world collapses, I'm not responsible
for putting up any money."
https://www.forbes.com/sites/danalexander/2020/10/19/trump-will-have-900
-million-of-loans-coming-due-in-his-second-term-if-hes-reelected/#1fa563
f5f376
Trump says the coal jobs are there but people in coal country are too lazy
to do the work so they bring in Mexicans.
w***@gmail.com
2021-01-02 21:28:23 UTC
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Trump Will Have $900 Million Of Loans
Coming Due In His Second Term If He’s
Reelected
Oct 19
Whether or not Donald Trump wins the
election, lenders will expect his
businesses to pay back an estimated
$900 million in the next four years,
an alarmingly accelerated timetable
that involves more than twice as much
debt as the president previously
indicated. In order to emerge unscathed,
Trump will likely have to engage in a
series of high-stakes, big-money
transactions—deals that could produce
arguably the biggest conflicts of
interest than an American president has
ever had to face.
About half of the debt coming due from
the start of 2021 to the end of 2024
is secured against assets that the
president and his children own outright.
He will have to pay back loans against
his hotel in Washington, D.C., his golf
resort in Miami and his tower in Chicago.
He’ll also have to sort out the debt
against Trump Tower and Trump Plaza in
New York City.
The rest of the loans are held against
1290 Avenue of the Americas in Manhattan
and 555 California Street in San
Francisco, office buildings in which the
president has a 30% limited partnership
interest. Those properties currently
have a combined $1.5 billion in debt
against them, and Trump’s indirect share
of their liabilities adds up to an
estimated $447 million. As a limited
partner, however, he presumably has less
control over those obligations, as well
as some protection if the properties
fail to pay back their loans. “You know
what limited means—limited as to
liability,” Trump explained in a 2015
interview with Forbes, adding, “Where
that is good is in bad times. If the
world collapses, I’m not responsible
for putting up any money.”
https://www.forbes.com/sites/danalexander/2020/10/19/trump-will-have-900
-million-of-loans-coming-due-in-his-second-term-if-hes-reelected/#1fa563
f5f376
Maybe he's going to Chinese prison instead of here!
Miloch
2021-01-02 22:29:24 UTC
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Trump Will Have $900 Million Of Loans
Coming Due In His Second Term If He’s
Reelected
Oct 19
The rest of the loans are held against
1290 Avenue of the Americas in Manhattan
and 555 California Street in San
Francisco, office buildings in which the
president has a 30% limited partnership
interest. Those properties currently
have a combined $1.5 billion in debt
against them, and Trump’s indirect share
of their liabilities adds up to an
estimated $447 million. As a limited
partner, however, he presumably has less
control over those obligations, as well
as some protection if the properties
fail to pay back their loans. “You know
what limited means—limited as to
liability,” Trump explained in a 2015
interview with Forbes, adding, “Where
that is good is in bad times. If the
world collapses, I’m not responsible
for putting up any money.”
https://www.forbes.com/sites/danalexander/2020/10/19/trump-will-have-900
-million-of-loans-coming-due-in-his-second-term-if-hes-reelected/#1fa563
f5f376
Maybe he's going to Chinese prison instead of here!
He'll do what he always does...blame it on Hillary!



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w***@gmail.com
2021-01-12 17:07:31 UTC
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Trump Will Have $900 Million Of Loans
Coming Due In His Second Term If He's
Reelected
Oct 19
Whether or not Donald Trump wins the
election, lenders will expect his
businesses to pay back an estimated
$900 million in the next four years,
an alarmingly accelerated timetable
that involves more than twice as much
debt as the president previously
indicated. In order to emerge unscathed,
Trump will likely have to engage in a
series of high-stakes, big-money
transactions-deals that could produce
arguably the biggest conflicts of
interest than an American president has
ever had to face.
About half of the debt coming due from
the start of 2021 to the end of 2024
is secured against assets that the
president and his children own outright.
He will have to pay back loans against
his hotel in Washington, D.C., his golf
resort in Miami and his tower in Chicago.
He'll also have to sort out the debt
against Trump Tower and Trump Plaza in
New York City.
The rest of the loans are held against
1290 Avenue of the Americas in Manhattan
and 555 California Street in San
Francisco, office buildings in which the
president has a 30% limited partnership
interest. Those properties currently
have a combined $1.5 billion in debt
against them, and Trump's indirect share
of their liabilities adds up to an
estimated $447 million. As a limited
partner, however, he presumably has less
control over those obligations, as well
as some protection if the properties
fail to pay back their loans. "You know
what limited means-limited as to
liability," Trump explained in a 2015
interview with Forbes, adding, "Where
that is good is in bad times. If the
world collapses, I'm not responsible
for putting up any money."
https://www.forbes.com/sites/danalexander/2020/10/19/trump-will-have-900
-million-of-loans-coming-due-in-his-second-term-if-hes-reelected/#1fa563
f5f376
Trump says the coal jobs are there but people in coal country are too lazy
to do the work so they bring in Mexicans.
w***@gmail.com
2021-01-13 03:41:02 UTC
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Trump Will Have $900 Million Of Loans
Coming Due In His Second Term If He’s
Reelected
Oct 19
Whether or not Donald Trump wins the
election, lenders will expect his
businesses to pay back an estimated
$900 million in the next four years,
an alarmingly accelerated timetable
that involves more than twice as much
debt as the president previously
indicated. In order to emerge unscathed,
Trump will likely have to engage in a
series of high-stakes, big-money
transactions—deals that could produce
arguably the biggest conflicts of
interest than an American president has
ever had to face.
About half of the debt coming due from
the start of 2021 to the end of 2024
is secured against assets that the
president and his children own outright.
He will have to pay back loans against
his hotel in Washington, D.C., his golf
resort in Miami and his tower in Chicago.
He’ll also have to sort out the debt
against Trump Tower and Trump Plaza in
New York City.
The rest of the loans are held against
1290 Avenue of the Americas in Manhattan
and 555 California Street in San
Francisco, office buildings in which the
president has a 30% limited partnership
interest. Those properties currently
have a combined $1.5 billion in debt
against them, and Trump’s indirect share
of their liabilities adds up to an
estimated $447 million. As a limited
partner, however, he presumably has less
control over those obligations, as well
as some protection if the properties
fail to pay back their loans. “You know
what limited means—limited as to
liability,” Trump explained in a 2015
interview with Forbes, adding, “Where
that is good is in bad times. If the
world collapses, I’m not responsible
for putting up any money.”
https://www.forbes.com/sites/danalexander/2020/10/19/trump-will-have-900
-million-of-loans-coming-due-in-his-second-term-if-hes-reelected/#1fa563
f5f376
Maybe he's going to Chinese prison instead of here!
w***@gmail.com
2021-01-13 21:42:07 UTC
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Trump Will Have $900 Million Of Loans
Coming Due In His Second Term If He's
Reelected
Oct 19
Whether or not Donald Trump wins the
election, lenders will expect his
businesses to pay back an estimated
$900 million in the next four years,
an alarmingly accelerated timetable
that involves more than twice as much
debt as the president previously
indicated. In order to emerge unscathed,
Trump will likely have to engage in a
series of high-stakes, big-money
transactions-deals that could produce
arguably the biggest conflicts of
interest than an American president has
ever had to face.
About half of the debt coming due from
the start of 2021 to the end of 2024
is secured against assets that the
president and his children own outright.
He will have to pay back loans against
his hotel in Washington, D.C., his golf
resort in Miami and his tower in Chicago.
He'll also have to sort out the debt
against Trump Tower and Trump Plaza in
New York City.
The rest of the loans are held against
1290 Avenue of the Americas in Manhattan
and 555 California Street in San
Francisco, office buildings in which the
president has a 30% limited partnership
interest. Those properties currently
have a combined $1.5 billion in debt
against them, and Trump's indirect share
of their liabilities adds up to an
estimated $447 million. As a limited
partner, however, he presumably has less
control over those obligations, as well
as some protection if the properties
fail to pay back their loans. "You know
what limited means-limited as to
liability," Trump explained in a 2015
interview with Forbes, adding, "Where
that is good is in bad times. If the
world collapses, I'm not responsible
for putting up any money."
https://www.forbes.com/sites/danalexander/2020/10/19/trump-will-have-900
-million-of-loans-coming-due-in-his-second-term-if-hes-reelected/#1fa563
f5f376
Trump says the coal jobs are there but people in coal country are too lazy
to do the work so they bring in Mexicans.
w***@gmail.com
2021-03-03 00:54:44 UTC
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Trump Will Have $900 Million Of Loans
Coming Due In His Second Term If He’s
Reelected
Oct 19
Whether or not Donald Trump wins the
election, lenders will expect his
businesses to pay back an estimated
$900 million in the next four years,
an alarmingly accelerated timetable
that involves more than twice as much
debt as the president previously
indicated. In order to emerge unscathed,
Trump will likely have to engage in a
series of high-stakes, big-money
transactions—deals that could produce
arguably the biggest conflicts of
interest than an American president has
ever had to face.
About half of the debt coming due from
the start of 2021 to the end of 2024
is secured against assets that the
president and his children own outright.
He will have to pay back loans against
his hotel in Washington, D.C., his golf
resort in Miami and his tower in Chicago.
He’ll also have to sort out the debt
against Trump Tower and Trump Plaza in
New York City.
The rest of the loans are held against
1290 Avenue of the Americas in Manhattan
and 555 California Street in San
Francisco, office buildings in which the
president has a 30% limited partnership
interest. Those properties currently
have a combined $1.5 billion in debt
against them, and Trump’s indirect share
of their liabilities adds up to an
estimated $447 million. As a limited
partner, however, he presumably has less
control over those obligations, as well
as some protection if the properties
fail to pay back their loans. “You know
what limited means—limited as to
liability,” Trump explained in a 2015
interview with Forbes, adding, “Where
that is good is in bad times. If the
world collapses, I’m not responsible
for putting up any money.”
https://www.forbes.com/sites/danalexander/2020/10/19/trump-will-have-900
-million-of-loans-coming-due-in-his-second-term-if-hes-reelected/#1fa563
f5f376
Maybe he's going to Chinese prison instead of here!
w***@gmail.com
2021-03-15 20:26:48 UTC
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Trump Will Have $900 Million Of Loans
Coming Due In His Second Term If He’s
Reelected
Oct 19
Whether or not Donald Trump wins the
election, lenders will expect his
businesses to pay back an estimated
$900 million in the next four years,
an alarmingly accelerated timetable
that involves more than twice as much
debt as the president previously
indicated. In order to emerge unscathed,
Trump will likely have to engage in a
series of high-stakes, big-money
transactions—deals that could produce
arguably the biggest conflicts of
interest than an American president has
ever had to face.
About half of the debt coming due from
the start of 2021 to the end of 2024
is secured against assets that the
president and his children own outright.
He will have to pay back loans against
his hotel in Washington, D.C., his golf
resort in Miami and his tower in Chicago.
He’ll also have to sort out the debt
against Trump Tower and Trump Plaza in
New York City.
The rest of the loans are held against
1290 Avenue of the Americas in Manhattan
and 555 California Street in San
Francisco, office buildings in which the
president has a 30% limited partnership
interest. Those properties currently
have a combined $1.5 billion in debt
against them, and Trump’s indirect share
of their liabilities adds up to an
estimated $447 million. As a limited
partner, however, he presumably has less
control over those obligations, as well
as some protection if the properties
fail to pay back their loans. “You know
what limited means—limited as to
liability,” Trump explained in a 2015
interview with Forbes, adding, “Where
that is good is in bad times. If the
world collapses, I’m not responsible
for putting up any money.”
https://www.forbes.com/sites/danalexander/2020/10/19/trump-will-have-900
-million-of-loans-coming-due-in-his-second-term-if-hes-reelected/#1fa563
f5f376
Maybe he's going to Chinese prison instead of here!
w***@gmail.com
2021-03-20 18:27:22 UTC
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Trump Will Have $900 Million Of Loans
Coming Due In His Second Term If He’s
Reelected
Oct 19
Whether or not Donald Trump wins the
election, lenders will expect his
businesses to pay back an estimated
$900 million in the next four years,
an alarmingly accelerated timetable
that involves more than twice as much
debt as the president previously
indicated. In order to emerge unscathed,
Trump will likely have to engage in a
series of high-stakes, big-money
transactions—deals that could produce
arguably the biggest conflicts of
interest than an American president has
ever had to face.
About half of the debt coming due from
the start of 2021 to the end of 2024
is secured against assets that the
president and his children own outright.
He will have to pay back loans against
his hotel in Washington, D.C., his golf
resort in Miami and his tower in Chicago.
He’ll also have to sort out the debt
against Trump Tower and Trump Plaza in
New York City.
The rest of the loans are held against
1290 Avenue of the Americas in Manhattan
and 555 California Street in San
Francisco, office buildings in which the
president has a 30% limited partnership
interest. Those properties currently
have a combined $1.5 billion in debt
against them, and Trump’s indirect share
of their liabilities adds up to an
estimated $447 million. As a limited
partner, however, he presumably has less
control over those obligations, as well
as some protection if the properties
fail to pay back their loans. “You know
what limited means—limited as to
liability,” Trump explained in a 2015
interview with Forbes, adding, “Where
that is good is in bad times. If the
world collapses, I’m not responsible
for putting up any money.”
https://www.forbes.com/sites/danalexander/2020/10/19/trump-will-have-900
-million-of-loans-coming-due-in-his-second-term-if-hes-reelected/#1fa563
f5f376
Maybe he's going to Chinese prison instead of here!
Beijing Biden
2021-03-20 18:46:49 UTC
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Trump Will Have $900 Million Of Loans
Coming Due In His Second Term If He’s
Reelected
Oct 19
Whether or not Donald Trump wins the
election, lenders will expect his
businesses to pay back an estimated
$900 million in the next four years,
an alarmingly accelerated timetable
that involves more than twice as much
debt as the president previously
indicated. In order to emerge unscathed,
Trump will likely have to engage in a
series of high-stakes, big-money
transactions—deals that could produce
arguably the biggest conflicts of
interest than an American president has
ever had to face.
About half of the debt coming due from
the start of 2021 to the end of 2024
is secured against assets that the
president and his children own outright.
He will have to pay back loans against
his hotel in Washington, D.C., his golf
resort in Miami and his tower in Chicago.
He’ll also have to sort out the debt
against Trump Tower and Trump Plaza in
New York City.
The rest of the loans are held against
1290 Avenue of the Americas in Manhattan
and 555 California Street in San
Francisco, office buildings in which the
president has a 30% limited partnership
interest. Those properties currently
have a combined $1.5 billion in debt
against them, and Trump’s indirect share
of their liabilities adds up to an
estimated $447 million. As a limited
partner, however, he presumably has less
control over those obligations, as well
as some protection if the properties
fail to pay back their loans. “You know
what limited means—limited as to
liability,” Trump explained in a 2015
interview with Forbes, adding, “Where
that is good is in bad times. If the
world collapses, I’m not responsible
for putting up any money.”
https://www.forbes.com/sites/danalexander/2020/10/19/trump-will-have-900
-million-of-loans-coming-due-in-his-second-term-if-hes-reelected/#1fa563
f5f376
Maybe he's going to Chinese prison instead of here!
He made $1.6B in the last 4 years.
w***@gmail.com
2021-03-29 02:14:58 UTC
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Trump Will Have $900 Million Of Loans
Coming Due In His Second Term If He’s
Reelected
Oct 19
Whether or not Donald Trump wins the
election, lenders will expect his
businesses to pay back an estimated
$900 million in the next four years,
an alarmingly accelerated timetable
that involves more than twice as much
debt as the president previously
indicated. In order to emerge unscathed,
Trump will likely have to engage in a
series of high-stakes, big-money
transactions—deals that could produce
arguably the biggest conflicts of
interest than an American president has
ever had to face.
About half of the debt coming due from
the start of 2021 to the end of 2024
is secured against assets that the
president and his children own outright.
He will have to pay back loans against
his hotel in Washington, D.C., his golf
resort in Miami and his tower in Chicago.
He’ll also have to sort out the debt
against Trump Tower and Trump Plaza in
New York City.
The rest of the loans are held against
1290 Avenue of the Americas in Manhattan
and 555 California Street in San
Francisco, office buildings in which the
president has a 30% limited partnership
interest. Those properties currently
have a combined $1.5 billion in debt
against them, and Trump’s indirect share
of their liabilities adds up to an
estimated $447 million. As a limited
partner, however, he presumably has less
control over those obligations, as well
as some protection if the properties
fail to pay back their loans. “You know
what limited means—limited as to
liability,” Trump explained in a 2015
interview with Forbes, adding, “Where
that is good is in bad times. If the
world collapses, I’m not responsible
for putting up any money.”
https://www.forbes.com/sites/danalexander/2020/10/19/trump-will-have-900
-million-of-loans-coming-due-in-his-second-term-if-hes-reelected/#1fa563
f5f376
Maybe he's going to Chinese prison instead of here!
Pratfall Biden
2021-03-29 02:26:50 UTC
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Trump Will Have $900 Million Of Loans
Coming Due In His Second Term If He’s
Reelected
Oct 19
Whether or not Donald Trump wins the
election, lenders will expect his
businesses to pay back an estimated
$900 million in the next four years,
an alarmingly accelerated timetable
that involves more than twice as much
debt as the president previously
indicated. In order to emerge unscathed,
Trump will likely have to engage in a
series of high-stakes, big-money
transactions—deals that could produce
arguably the biggest conflicts of
interest than an American president has
ever had to face.
About half of the debt coming due from
the start of 2021 to the end of 2024
is secured against assets that the
president and his children own outright.
He will have to pay back loans against
his hotel in Washington, D.C., his golf
resort in Miami and his tower in Chicago.
He’ll also have to sort out the debt
against Trump Tower and Trump Plaza in
New York City.
The rest of the loans are held against
1290 Avenue of the Americas in Manhattan
and 555 California Street in San
Francisco, office buildings in which the
president has a 30% limited partnership
interest. Those properties currently
have a combined $1.5 billion in debt
against them, and Trump’s indirect share
of their liabilities adds up to an
estimated $447 million. As a limited
partner, however, he presumably has less
control over those obligations, as well
as some protection if the properties
fail to pay back their loans. “You know
what limited means—limited as to
liability,” Trump explained in a 2015
interview with Forbes, adding, “Where
that is good is in bad times. If the
world collapses, I’m not responsible
for putting up any money.”
https://www.forbes.com/sites/danalexander/2020/10/19/trump-will-have-900
-million-of-loans-coming-due-in-his-second-term-if-hes-reelected/#1fa563
f5f376
Maybe he's going to Chinese prison instead of here!
President Trump made $1.6 billion while in office.
Ubiquitous
2021-03-29 11:32:50 UTC
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